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The Next Ship to Sail

Mainquest1 Icon.pngNew Lv. 80   The Next Ship to Sail

Journal detail hr1 07.png Acquisition
Alphinaud: Mor Dhona - The Rising Stones (x:6.1, y:5.9)

Map33 Icon.pngClosest Aetheryte: Revenant's Toll

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071201.png80Death Unto DawnMainquest1 Icon.png Death Unto Dawn (Level 80)

Spacer2.png Any Disciple of War or Magic (excluding limited jobs) (Level 80)

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Experience Points

Horse Chestnut Weapon Coffer
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Alphinaud is feeling the need to take stock.
Journal detail hr1 01.png Objectives
Journal detail hr1 02.png Unlocks Quests
071201.png80Old Sharlayan, New to YouMainquest1 Icon.png Old Sharlayan, New to You (Level 80)

  • Alphinaud is feeling the need to take stock.
  • Alphinaud calls the Scions to a meeting in Dawn's Respite that they might review what they know of the Telophoroi and their ominous towers. Events in Garlemald reinforce their suspicions that the onslaught of lunar primals is only a precursor to a far more deadly crisis─a crisis which must be stopped at any cost. As you ponder your options, Tataru interrupts the gathering to bring word from Krile that you may now journey unto Sharlayan, as well as instructions to make all haste to the docks in Limsa Lominsa.
  • After an emotional farewell, you board the ship bound for Sharlayan. At sea you are greeted by a most unexpected visitor, Hydaelyn, who confirms some of what you know, and hints at more that you do not. Her weighty words still echo in your mind as the famous city of scholars appears on the horizon...
  • Your entry into Sharlayan is not as smooth as you had hoped, but the timely arrival of Krile and her convincing arguments is enough to assuage the immigration officer's suspicions. Nevertheless, you deem it wise to move some distance away from the bureaucrat before you discuss the delicate matters at hand.
  • Krile expresses relief at your safe arrival, and bids you take a moment to regain your land legs. If you are to embark on a quest for answers, you must mind your step on the treacherous path ahead...

Forename, do you have some time to talk?
I would like to gather everyone in Dawn's Respite and together assess the situation in which we find ourselves...
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Let us take stock of the facts, shall we? The crisis at hand began with the sudden appearance of ominous towers in a multitude of locations throughout the world.

We have since learned that said structures were brought into being by an organization known as the “Telophoroi.”

The Telophoroi's stated purpose is to recreate the Final Days of eons past, an apocalyptic event that would result in the destruction of all we hold dear. Already have these towers of theirs been the cause of untold suffering.
Countless innocents kidnapped and imprisoned, their faith perverted for primal summonings...

And unless we find a way to deal with the corruptive aura surrounding the spires, we can't even get close enough to rescue anyone.

Those shielded with the blessing of Light seem able to resist being tempered, at least.

But after what happened to Arenvald and Fordola, we need to be very, very careful about how we proceed...
Yet while these threats close to home are of paramount concern, we mustn't lose sight of the situation in Garlemald.

As you know, the Telophoroi are under the leadership of Fandaniel and one other delightful fellow: Zenos yae Galvus, the crown prince and our dear friend.

To date, he's reclaimed his old body, murdered Emperor Varis, and plunged Garlemald into an even deeper pit of chaos.

The capital has probably seen the worst of it. For a good while there, it saw the bloodiest fighting in the war of succession. But that has since changed─and in troubling ways...
Aye, during our reconnaissance, the air was not once rent by the barking of cannons or the cries of discord. 'Twas an eerie fog of silence which did blanket that ruined city.
The inhabitants appeared to have been tempered, and with nary a word spoken did they labor to transform the palace into a soaring edifice born of nightmares.
If they were indeed made thralls, it seems safe to assume that these events, too, were orchestrated by the Telophoroi.

An army of primals is awful enough, but in light of recent developments, I fear it is only the prelude to an even greater catastrophe.

We need to devise a means to counter this threat, and quickly, before our allies are overwhelmed.
We will find a way in Sharlayan, I am sure of it.
Master Fourchenault's comments regarding the Final Days were curious to say the least. The Forum knows more than it is letting on...
Sorry to interrupt!

We've just received word from Mistress Krile! She says that arrangements for your visit have been finalized.

You're to head to Limsa Lominsa and board the next ship bound for Sharlayan...

And on arrival, present yourselves as “associates of the Students of Baldesion,” come to assist with the order's restoration.
The arrangements may be settled, but what of your thoughts? They must race at the prospect of returning home after so long.
...I am eager to see it, of course. Of course... Ahem. We should set off at once.
Then I'll accompany you to the docks. You need at least one person there to wave and cry and wish you a safe journey!
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Quest Accepted
Safe journeys! And please, do be careful!
Though a part of me looks forward to returning home, I've not forgotten that my father stripped us of the privileges of our family name. I hope it doesn't cause trouble with the officials upon our arrival...
What a grim reason to bring you to Sharlayan. Not much to be done about it, I suppose, but I would've liked to give you the grand tour under happier circumstances.
Contrary to what you might think, this will be like going home for me as well. I may have learned how to survive in Limsa Lominsa, but it was in Sharlayan where I was taught─quite relentlessly, I might add─the skills to properly live.
I might have lived in Master Matoya's cave for a good part of my life, but even for me, the thought of “returning” to Sharlayan is quite exciting. I can hardly imagine how it is for the others who lived most of their lives there.
I shudder to think what manner of truth awaiteth us beyond the Indigo Deep. Still more do I dread the prospect of discussions long overdue...
I never thought the day would come when I would be sailing home again. It always seemed so very far away...
Sea travel can be tedious, but I don't mind it. 'Tis a rare experience for most Ishgardians.
Everyone's here! Which is good, because I've already paid for your passage, and the fee is non-refundable.
The ship for Sharlayan should be pulling into port soon, so please follow me and have all your luggage close at hand!
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Continue with the main scenario quest?
Wait, what are you still doing here!? Um, I think I can book you passage on the next ship...though I'll have to revise the budget. Again.
Travel to Old Sharlayan?
Yes No
Local Dialogue
Hm... It seems you've already been approved for entry. Just try not to cause any trouble while you're here.
I'm fine. Honestly. Better to be waved through with a stern warning than be denied entry, after all.
That was about as awkward as expected. Still, we're here now, and that's all that matters!
Even allowing that the years I spent in the First passed here in the blink of an eye, the city feels untouched by time...
You are doubtless eager to take in the sights. Not to worry, Forename─the city is not like to vanish before we finish our discussion.
Allow me to extend unto thee my warmest welcome, Forename. May the wisdom of my homeland aid us in our endeavors.
Here we are at last─the great city of Sharlayan! You may have noticed some similarities with the Crystarium, yes? In fact, I─
...Oh, but we really should let Krile have her say first. We can continue this conversation at another time.
I am...unaccustomed to fabricating lies on demand. Why should it matter how I earn my living?
I'm glad I spotted your ship coming into port─the officers are born bureaucrats and sticklers for detail. In any case, you may relax and take a moment to get your land legs back!
Quest Completed
Local Dialogue
Forename? You're back early! Come to check on us?
If so, you'll be pleased to know that—together with our allies near and far—our Scions in the field have everything well in hand regarding the towers, lunar primals, and whatnot. You needn't worry about us!
If you are come to converse with your fellow Scions, I am afraid that most of them are presently engaged in duties farther afield. Nevertheless, I encourage you to take this opportunity to rest, given the challenges that await.
Local Dialogue
The shape of the port keeps any larger ships from coming in, which means we have to use smaller vessels. Of course, this means more trips and time wasted unpacking and reloading. It's really quite a hassle.
The cargo list was already submitted. Let me check the registry...
Is this all the cargo? I should triple-check...
The waves are looking nice and calm. Accidents around here are rare, but it pays to remain vigilant.
I'm afraid you have a bit too much cargo for me to collect...
Indeed. You go and call for help. I'll stay here and keep watch.
Got any cargo for me to collect?
Not yet. Come back once I've finished reviewing this load.
I wonder if they've finished with the evaluation yet...
Those berries are the most tastyfresh gobbietreats!
I've never seen them before... They aren't dangerous, are they?
Not at all! Very safe! Safe for uplanders to yummyeat!
Gobbies never lie. So let us sell our goodygoods!
Greetings, traveler, and welcome to Sharlayan. If it's knowledge you seek, you've come to the right place.
The statue of Thaliak is just past the Stoa. I would advise against trying to see it from here, though. Strain yourself too hard, and you're like to fall into the water.
The ship should be arriving soon, but I don't see anything in the offing...
Though the waters here are calm, perils lurk below the surface. A miracle we were able to come make port at all without floundering, really.
Local Dialogue
I can dispatch those two to Labyrinthos, and then I can one, apparently, to Thavnair. <sigh> ...Gods, we could really use an extra pair of hands in the field.
What's the status of this cargo?
DoCuMeNtS cUrReNtLy UnDeR rEvIeW. pLeAsE wAiT.
As ever, we are inundated with requests that beg for fulfillment. If you are come seeking work, we gladly welcome the assistance.
If you're looking for work as a gleaner─and if you've got the right skills─then we've got a job for you.
If gatherin' and craftin' is your game, then speak with Grigge here. He'll find you some of the most lucrative work around.
If you couldn't tell, I'm quite busy taking stock of all this unloaded cargo. Should you need something, I'm afraid you'll have to wait.
Is that the last of the cargo?
Here's the cargo you requested, sir.
You're one shipment too early! Take it back.
Local Dialogue
I hereby swear: I shall become an Archon if it's the last thing I do!
Local Dialogue
Fascinating! You simply must tell me more about your research.
Welcome to the Last Stand. As the final─and some say, only─bastion of fine dining in Sharlayan, we guarantee a quality culinary experience found nowhere else in the city.
The coffee here is to die for, but one cannot look past their charming tea set... I recommend you order both, funds permitting.
You must try the zurek─it's amazing. Best shared with a loved one, if you ask me.
You have the look of an outsider. And I have little and less to discuss with foreign barbarians.
My friends and I were just discussing the Mhachi and the practice of black magic. Did you know that...wait, is it (time of day) already? How long have we been sitting here!?
Welcome, step right in! If you've placed your order, find yourself a seat and we'll be along shortly.
The gazette featured a piece about a so-called “champion of Eorzea.” They say this barbaric hero has prevailed in a multitude of battles, like some avatar of perfected violence...and it's almost uncanny how closely you match the given description. What an odd coincidence!
The oven-baked lobster is one of the Last Stand's most famous dishes! The flavor is said to be phenomenal, but unfortunately, so is the price...
Nothing beats a fresh brew from the Last Stand!
Local Dialogue
Oh, I simply adore sitting here and watching them unload cargo─really gives you a sense of the Sharlayans' work ethic! Although I can't shake the feeling there are more crates than usual...
Well met, good lord. I am Basildere, one of the foremost scholars in the field of comparative mythology. It has been my life's work to scrutinize the myths of people across the land and throughout the ages, trying to glimpse the truth that hides behind commonalities these timeless stories share.
...Hm? Ah, pardon me—I coordinate the acquisition of academic supplies for the Studium, and this deluge of requests for subjects from far-flung lands has given me a splitting headache...
Labyrinthos is host to numerous research facilities, so as you can imagine, I end up fielding quite the assortment of requests from the researchers. Even listing them all up for the gleaners to deal with has been a trying task...
The imbeciles of the astronomical society have the audacity to call my sublime theories “delusional”! Have you ever heard such unfounded nonsense? The vast tapestry of stars in the skies above are teeming with life, and I shall prove it if it's the last thing I do!
This thesis is most intriguing. We ought to bring this up with the Forum.
Do me a favor and gather all the information you can about the author.
As YoU wIsH, iT sHaLl Be DoNe.
Research must needs be conducted efficiently. I surround myself with the sweet scent of flowers to calm myself down─helps me keep an open mind, you see.
A wise woman once said that she who does not pay heed to the skies will most surely get wet. Sound advice if you ask me. Would you like to hear what the skies tell us this fine day?
Local Dialogue
I am researching the Far East's Tenkonto. Here is a bit of trivia for you: it is made of timber! Is that not absolutely fascinating? My, what a mysterious and exotic land such a place must be.
Oh, hello there! Are you here for the testing...? No, of course you're not. The only thing being tested these days is my patience for waiting on test subjects.
The study of teleportation requires a firm grasp of the fundamentals of aether, so I make it a point to study the papers of those who have come before me. I'm currently studying a treatise written by Ejika Tsunjika─truly a luminary of his field.
Hm... It would seem the old methods are simply not productive anymore.
Researching teleportation magicks is difficult in that it requires an abundance of space─which, in turn, requires an abundance of funding. Thankfully, we can use this public facility free of charge!
Local Dialogue
This new armor is so heavy I can barely move a muscle...
If you had muscles to move, you wouldn't be whinging like that.
You must be new around here. I'm the head merchant at the Agora. There are plenty of rare and unusual wares for sale, so be sure to take a good look around.
Apologies, sir. Still preparing to open up shop, but please feel free to stop by again another time.
Perhaps I'll buy a new tome to accompany me on my journey.
Welcome to Toffwyb's Tomes! My bookstore may not be the biggest, but every volume you see is a carefully selected treasure. Browse at your leisure, and don't forget our modest range of sundry goods!
Hello, friend, are you enjoying the sights of the city? As a proud resident, I'm always happy when visitors take a liking to Sharlayan's many wonders.
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